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Community Engagement and HIV Prevention Research

December 18, 2018

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In this episode of Px Pulse, we consider how future HIV prevention trials will need to be designed as HIV prevention evolves... and how to strengthen community engagement along with it. At the heart of the matter is that clinical trials for HIV prevention are set to get bigger and more complex, in response to advances in HIV prevention, such as PrEP. Px Pulse started talking about this back in October 2017 with a look at the double-dummy double-blind trial designs of injectable PrEP.

The field heard some of the latest thinking on future trial design at the HIV Research for Prevention (R4P) conference in October. Px Pulse picks up the conversation with a special focus on the implications for the all-important work of community engagement around trial design.

Three advocates join us to frame the issues and trade ideas:

Listen to the full podcast (15:42)

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